Top news in Karnataka today

Here are the key news developments to watch out for from Karnataka today

1. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is participating in the Congress’s Central Election Committee meeting in Delhi today to finalize the names of candidates for the remaining Lok Sabha constituencies.

2. BJP leader and former Union Minister D. V. Sadananda Gowda has called a press conference today to announce his political decision after the party denied him a ticket to contest the Lok Sabha polls.

3. The Department of Studies in Social Work, Bengaluru City University, is celebrating “World Social Work Day -2024” today. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Lingaraja Gandhi will inaugurate the event. The chief guest will be Dr. Siddaramanna, deputy director of the Women and Child Welfare Department, Bengaluru Urban District. The event will be held at 10:30 a.m. on the Department of Studies in Social Work, Bengaluru City University, Central College campus.

4. Surana College NCC is presenting a guest lecture on “Nation building by generation next” by T.N. Ramakrishna, president of Rashtra Gaurava Samrakshana Parishath. The program will be held at 2.30 p.m. in the Seminar hall, Surana College premises, South End Road.

From north Karnataka

1. Priyanka Jarkiholi, daughter of PWD Minister Satish Jarkiholi, starts participating in Congress party campaign meetings in Chikkodi just as the party starts considering her candidature for the Lok Sabha polls.

2. While the BJP candidate has launched an extensive campaign in the Dharwad Lok Sabha seat, the Congress aspirants are still awaiting the announcement of their ticket.

From south Karnataka

1. Save Chamundi Hills Committee held a press conference after Union Minister Nitin Gadkari raised the issue of a ropeway to Chamundi Hills in Mysuru.

2. Press conference by Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha

3. Political developments and election-related issues.

From coastal Karnataka

1. Academic Council meeting of Mangalore University through online mode.

2. The Election Commission removes banners, buntings and hoardings across the city.

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